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Which is the best Sunday lunch in Bristol?

Having formed ‘The Sunday Lunch Club’ some years ago, this has been the subject of much debate:

“Where is the best roast in Bristol?”

We all have our favourite haunts for a relaxing Sunday afternoon meal, but things rarely remain constant. Pubs change hands, chefs come and go, portion sizes fluctuate and service levels vary.

This, along with the vast number of establishments in Bristol to take into consideration, makes the question of ‘Where is Bristol’s best roast’ a bit of a difficult one to answer. Especially when digesting a post-roast pint or two of appley lubrication.

Some Of Our Recent Reviews

The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak is in a prime location in the heart of residential North Bristol. Situated at the junc...

The Lansdown

The Lansdown

The Lansdown is set in the heart of Clifton. The pub is very traditional in many ways with gas light...

The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales is one of the more popular pubs on Gloucester Road. Found at the junction of Zet...

The Volunteer Tavern

The Volunteer Tavern

The Volunteer is a pub that I wasn’t even aware of until today, hidden away in the residential...

The Grain Barge

The Grain Barge

The Grain Barge is an old converted cargo boat which now sits in a permanent mooring opposite the SS...

The Wellington

The Wellington

The Welly is a large, detached, traditional red-brick pub at the top of Gloucester Road. It’s ...

No. 51

No. 51

No. 51 Stokes Croft is part of the legendary Mr Wolfs empire and as such is known for its good music...

The White Bear

The White Bear

The White Bear is situated on top of St Michaels Hill, sandwiched between Cotham, Kingsdown and Clif...

Bird In Hand

Bird In Hand

The Bird In Hand is a bit off the beaten track really, buried in ‘rural’ Long Ashton its...

So one lazy afternoon whilst gently digesting another round of food and hot debate, a wave of excitement came across me, no I wasn’t drunk, I’d had an idea.

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